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ART APPREC Pre-Post-test REVIEW

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ART APPREC Pre-Post-test REVIEW

  1. 1. Art Appreciation Review for PRE- and POST- test Based on Chapters 4 & 5 the elements & principles of design
  2. 2. Know the primary (red, yellow, blue) and secondary (orange, green, violet) colors
  3. 3. Name the most dominant element or principle of design
  4. 4. Contour line and outline
  5. 5. Actual line/line formed by edges
  6. 6. If it’s a picture… it is simulated texture
  7. 7. If this is a photo…. it is implied/simulated texture
  8. 8. If you are there actually seeing the sculpture and could reach out to touch it… it is actual texture.
  9. 9. Mass and Actual texture
  10. 10. Symmetrical balance
  11. 11. Symmetrical balance
  12. 12. Asymmetrical balance
  13. 13. Asymmetrical balance
  14. 14. Radial balance
  15. 15. Radial balance
  16. 16. The repetition of the arched columns are an example of Rhythm
  17. 17. The repetition of the arched columns are an example of Rhythm
  18. 18. shape
  19. 19. Vitruvian Man is meant to be about ideal proportion and scale
  20. 20. This image is a silly commentary on proportion and scale
  21. 21. Because this sculpture is life-sized, the dominant aspect is proportion and scale.
  22. 22. Simulated texture & dominant warm color scheme
  23. 23. Simulated texture & dominant warm color scheme
  24. 24. Posite and negative space
  25. 25. Positive and negative space
  26. 26. pattern
  27. 27. One-point perspective
  28. 28. One-point perspective
  29. 29. Two-point Perspective
  30. 30. 2-point perspective
  31. 31. foreshortening
  32. 32. foreshortening
  33. 33. Atmospheric perspective
  34. 34. Atmospheric perspective
  35. 35. Parallelograms are indicative of Isometric perspective.
  36. 36. The placement of people and the parallelogram- shaped buildings are clues that this is…. Isometric perspective
  37. 37. Time and motion
  38. 38. Blurring parts of the piece and contrasting it with sharp focus on another part is the use of emphasis/focal point & subordination
  39. 39. Blurring parts of the piece and contrasting it with sharp focus on another part is the use of emphasis/focal point & subordination
  40. 40. Goya uses the man in white, the pointing rifles and the flowing blood to emphasize direction and movement.
  41. 41. Repetition of large and small squares, bright and dark color, and negative and positive spaces is demonstrative of alternating rhythm.
  42. 42. Repetition of large and small squares, bright and dark color, and negative and positive spaces is demonstrative of alternating rhythm.
  43. 43. End of slides

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